Getting Around Breck
Once in town, most activities are within walking distance, bikes are widely utilized and free buses can get you where your feet can't. A good portion of lodging properties are within close proximity to Historic Main Street or the mountain. Free Ride bus transportation serves most of town and requires no fare. Check out the Free Ride map here. For many who venture about Summit County, the Summit Stage transit system serves nearly all of Summit County at no charge to its riders.
Free Ride Transportation Around Town
What is the Free Ride?
Whether you are vacationing with the entire family, enjoying a relaxing weekend for two or making your way to work, the Breckenridge FREE RIDE is designed to make your transit experience a pleasant one.
Each color-coded bus route is specially designed to move you within the Town of Breckenridge absolutely free of charge and with ease. The Free Ride Transit System also connects you to the Summit Stage, the free bus system for Summit County. We also work very closely with the Breckenridge Ski Area to ensure locals and guests make it to their destination on the mountain. Click on the link below to download a copy of the FREE RIDE route schedule.
The Free Ride is proud to have some Diesel Electric Hybrid buses and other green vehicles in its fleet. The Town of Breckenridge is committed to making strides towards becoming a Green Community.
All Free Ride buses are handicapped lift equipped for our visitors with disabilities. See our ADA information page for more information.
All times are traffic and weather permitting. Hours of Operation 6:15 am - 11:45 pm, 7 days a week.
Check Colorado's road and weather conditions prior to driving. Call 303.639.1111 or visit Colorado Department of Transportation website.
Printable Breckenridge Map (.pdf)